Finding a neighbor to carry on the case management function as a folk support person
Connecting the client back to their family of origin
Finding and referring to services and supports that will best meet the client's needs
Securing a church for the client to attend
Meeting the client's friends and evaluating them for potential problems.
Having frequent contact with the client and their service providers.
Assessing the level of family support.
Evaluating the client's health issues and referring them to treatment.
A process for assessing the client's total situation
A method to improve the client's quality of life
A focus on many issues, strengths and concerns of the client
All of the above
Because the profession is very small
Because not many professionals want to become case managers
Because it provides individualized services to clients
Because it provides a step by step plan to use with every client
To help clients learn to access services on their own
To provide ongoing services for the rest of the client's life
To teach client's how to improve their values
To show clients the best way to fix their problems
Typically occurs at the beginning of the process
Covers many aspects of the client's life
Helps lead to a plan
All of the above
The case manager and the client develop an individualized plan together
The case manager creates a step by step plan for the client to follow
The client's therapist, case manager and guardian agree on a plan for treatment
The client presents the case manager with their plan
Can show the relationships between all the systems in a client's life
Can identify the client's strengths and weaknesses
Both A & B
None of the above
Have an advanced degree
Be able to work effectively with a diverse group of individuals
Be able to control every situation
Follow a specific plan or theory
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